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CES 2014 | Samsung H7150 Series Full HD TV | 1080p Smart LED | UN55H7150, UN60H7150, UN65H7150 |

Samsung H7150 Series Review: http://www.smartreview.com/samsung-un65h7150-65-inch-1080p-240hz-3d-led-hdtv
SmartReview.com attended the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2014) to report on the latest TVs at Samsung. The Full HD 1080p line H7150 series model has a flat screen with LED backlighting. This TV has excellent picture quality.

The H7150 series is loaded with the latest Smart TV features, as well as advanced LED Micro Dimming Pro technologies. It comes with a 240Hz refresh rate, Quad Core Pro Processor, Instant on, Samsung Apps, and an APP feature called SmartView 2.0 (shares TV content with smartphones and tablets).

The Samsung H7150 series is available in 46-inch (UN46H7150), 55-inch (UN55H7150), 60-inch (UN60H7150), 65-inch (UN65H7150), and 75-inch (UN75H7150) sizes.

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Samsung H7150 65in HDTV - Review

For a run-of-the-mill 1080p LED TV, it’s pretty hard to feel sexy these days. This is the somewhat unenviable position in which we find HDTVs like Samsung’s H7150 — an affordable, feature-packed display that is capable of beautiful things when the lights are on, but falters in the dark a bit (still, it far exceeds its cheaper sibling, the H6350 in that regard). And while we wouldn’t push the H7150 on super-discerning buyers, its talents and feature set make it an attractive choice for more casual viewers.

For a TV at a pretty approachable price point — as low as $1,700 for the 65-inch version — the H7150 leans charmingly into premium territory when it comes to overall design. The screen is a bit more reflective than we would like, meaning living room lighting will need to be kept out of line of sight.

The TV is plenty thin, measuring a mere 1.4-inches front to back, and the entire unit weighs just over 55 pounds, placing it right in the middle of the spectrum for today’s 1080p displays, and around 7 pounds lighter than the similarly-sized H6350. At the back panel rests an ample collection of inputs, including 4 HDMI (one with ARC), 3 USB, an Ethernet port, a hybrid Component/Composite input, a Coaxial input, an infrared output, and both digital optical and analog audio outputs.

As mentioned, the H7150 comes with two remotes — a classic wand, and a clever new Smart Touch motion control “pod,” which replaces Samsung’s previous touchpad remote with a new design that acts more like a Wii controller. Touching a central cross-hair key activates a blue cursor on-screen for navigation, while surrounding buttons allow for control over apps that require keyed input like Netflix, without moving your thumb. It’s an intuitive system that’s easy to use, and will likely be carried into Samsung’s new 2015 lineup arriving this Spring.




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